The tragedy surrounding Aaron Vu has placed a spotlight on a group within our community that largely goes unnoticed – South Florida’s Asian community.
The deaths of two young women in a wrong way crash on the Sawgrass Expressway last week has galvanized the victim’s families to call for more safety measures on our roads. Gary Catronio, whose daughter Marisa was killed in the crash, showed CBS 4 News what he wants to see done.
A wrong way driver who hit and killed two Coral Springs women last week was driving the wrong way for at least two miles on the Sawgrass Expressway and swerved to miss more than 20 cars and trucks before the deadly collision, an eyewitness to the crash told CBS4 News in an exclusive interview.
The wrong-way driver accused of causing a deadly accident on the Sawgrass Expressway early Sunday morning doesn’t even have a valid driver’s license.
The wrong-way driver who caused a deadly accident on the Sawgrass Expressway early Sunday morning tweeted just two hours before the accident, “2 drunk 2 care.”
More charges have been filed against a Coral Spring teen accused of extortion. Coral Spring police said the charges were leveled after two more young women came forward and said Ricardo Antonio Carrion threatened to sell nudge pictures of them to a porn site unless they paid him for them.
An emotional candlelight vigil was held in the Coral Springs community–just one step in the grieving process for more than a hundred friends and family that packed a small park, right across the street where victim Marisa Catronio lived.
Coral Springs woman died overnight in a head on collision on the Sawgrass Expressway. Kayla Mendoza, 20, was heading east in the westbound lanes of expressway when she collided with 20-year old Kaitly Ferrante’s Toyota Camry just west of University Drive.
A Coral Springs teenager is facing a criminal charge of extortion after police say he threatened to put a topless photo of a teenage girl on the internet unless the girl paid him money.
It’s widely understood that name-calling, teasing, and physical abuse will have a negative impact on a student’s academic performance and their emotional well-being.